An Ontario Investment Ready: Certified Site

An Ontario Investment Ready: Certified Site demonstrates a commitment to work with investors by collecting up-front property information, mapping and completed assessments including environmental, heritage, archaeological and species at risk reviews. Additional information about this site is available.

Investment Ready: Certified Site Program seal

Investment Opportunity

This 15-acre fully serviced, greenfield property on Belisle Drive, located in the City of Greater Sudbury, serves as an excellent opportunity within the Valley East Industrial Park. This area is one of the fastest growing industrial centres within the City, and is conveniently situated 24 km from the Greater Sudbury Airport. Zoned for industrial use, the property is surrounded by businesses within the Park supplying mine technology, mining supply and services, automotive, and communication sectors. Specifically, this park is home to Mobile Parts Inc., Basco Steel Products, Novenco Consultants Limited, R&R Classic Cars, KPI Industrial Controls, SCR Mine Technology, Metal-Air Mechanical Systems, Hardrock-Vertex, and others.

Aerial photograph showing the Industrial Vacant Land For Sale at 2614 Belisle Drive, Val Caron, Ontario, Canada.

Key Highlights

  • Lot Size: 15 acres/6.07 hectares
  • Depth: 200 metres
  • Frontage: 330 metres
  • Services: Full municipal services
  • Zoning: M1(33) - Mixed Light Industrial/Service Commercial

Permitted Uses

  • Light Industrial Use
  • Food Processing Plant
  • Scientific and Medical Laboratory
  • Warehousing

Utilities

Fully serviced property with:

  • Access to a 300 mm watermain, a 250 mm sanitary sewer, and existing municipal drain for storm water.
  • Hydro Services available with existing 7.2/12.47 kV feeder in the area, and sub-transmission feeder of 44 kV capacity approximately 3 km away from the site.
  • Existing NPS 2" gas main 75 m north of the site, a higher pressure and increased volume can be connected to a NPS 6" main 1300 m north of the site.
  • Existing copper facilities on west side of Belisle Drive, with existing fibre facilities that can be connected to from nearby roads.

Transportation Infrastructure

  • Located 3 km from Highway MR80
  • 10 km from Canadian National Railway
  • 24 km from the Greater Sudbury Airport
Map showing Sudbury, Ontario at the centre surrounded by three circles representing a radius of 100 km/62 miles, a radius of 200 km/125 miles and a radius of 500 km/310 miles, indicating the following:- North Bay is within 200 km/125 miles from Sudbury, Ontario.- Timmins, Ottawa, Toronto, Buffalo, Detroit and Sault Ste. Marie are within 500 km/310 miles from Sudbury, Ontario.- Montreal, Syracuse, Cleveland, Chicago and Milwaukee are just beyond 500 km/310 miles from Sudbury, Ontario.
Travel Times by Car to City of Welland
(actual travel times may vary)
Origin Travel Time
Toronto 4 hours
North Bay 1.5 hours
Hamilton 4.5 hours

 

US / Canada Border Distances
Border Distance (km / mi)
Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge via Trans-Canada Highway 325 Km / 202 Miles
Niagara Falls via Queen Elizabeth Way 511 Km / 318 Miles
Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge via Highway 401 – 559 Km / 347 Miles

The Sudbury Advantage

  • As the regional capital and largest city in Northern Ontario, Sudbury has evolved into a global centre of mining expertise and innovation, and concurrently acts as the North's service hub, serving an estimated market of approximately 550,000 people. The City has a diverse industry base including financial and business services, tourism, manufacturing, healthcare and research, education, and government.
  • Greater Sudbury provides access to three major highways, Highway 69/400 South, Trans-Canada Highway 17, Highway 144, CN and CP rail corridors, and the Greater Sudbury Airport, facilitating efficient movement of goods and people in any direction.
  • With a city population of over 160,000, Sudbury offers a highly skilled, talented and readily available bilingual workforce having access to reputable post-secondary institutions including: Collège Boréal, Laurentian University, Cambrian College, McEwen School of Architecture, and Northern Ontario School of Medicine.
  • The City of Greater Sudbury continues to play a leading role in innovation and applied research in many fields, including mining technology, environmental restoration, specialized product development, health care and astrophysics research.
  • Sudbury is home to a number of research and development facilities and senior government agencies including: Centre of Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI), Northeastern Ontario Regional Cancer Centre (NORCC), Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT), Vale Living With Lakes Fresh Water Ecology Centre, Centre for Integrated Monitoring Technology (CIMTEC), Xstrata Sustainable Energy Centre (SEC), Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corporation (MIRARCO), SNOLAB underground science laboratory specializing in neutrino and dark matter physics
  • The City of Greater Sudbury believes in developing a strong industrial base to welcome existing, expanding and prospective businesses. The City is implementing an Industrial Land Infrastructure Strategy to evaluate and prioritize industrial lands for investment in servicing and infrastructure improvements.

For additional information, please contact:

Invest in Ontario
Investment Ready: Certified Site Program
InvestmentReady@ontario.ca
Tel: 416-325-5029
InvestInOntario.com/CertifiedSite

Ian Wood
Director of Economic Development
City of Greater Sudbury
ian.wood@sudbury.ca
Tel: 1-800-708-2505


Disclaimer

A Property with an Investment Ready: Certified Site designation means the Province of Ontario has received from the site owner assessments and other site related information required under the Investment Ready: Certified Site Program. The Province has not verified the information and prospective purchasers, lessors and others should conduct their own usual due diligence and make such enquiries as they deem necessary before purchasing, leasing or otherwise investing in the subject site. Prospective purchasers, lessors and other interested in the subject site should check existing laws and regulations to confirm that this particular property is suitable for their intended purpose or use and what permits, approvals and consultations, including with aboriginal communities, are required in order to develop such property, as well as any costs associated with such development. This document, including all related photographs, is for information purposes only and is not intended to provide investment advice. Reliance upon any information shall be at the user’s sole risk. All information should be verified independently before being used or relied upon. The Province of Ontario does not guarantee the quality, accuracy, completeness or timeliness of this information; and assumes no obligation to update this information or advise on further developments. The Province of Ontario disclaims any liability for unauthorized use or reproduction of any information contained in this document and is not responsible for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages or any other damages caused, arising out of or in connection with use of this information. The Province of Ontario is not acting as a real estate broker or agent for any party in connection with any of the properties described on this website.

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